The Hartunian Law Firm is the premier construction accident attorney law firm in the Southern California area. Construction work is inherently dangerous. Construction workers are injured or killed every year across america, often through no fault of their own. Construction is one of the largest industries in the United States - and it remains one of the most dangerous. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has seen a decline in injury rates among most professions during the past two decades - except for construction workers.

Our Southern California construction accident attorneys have a strong understanding and comprehension of your rights in the area. Dangerous working conditions and inadequate safety equipment are among the factors in construction accidents that cause injury and death on a daily basis. Construction sites can be dangerous to a passersby also; if you or someone you know has suffered serious injury because of the negligence of a construction company or due to defective construction equipment, we can help you.

Construction workers and those who have been injured at a construction or job site, may have grounds for a lawsuit that would seek out compensation for damages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and any potential loss of future earnings. Such a claim may find the owners of the construction site, the general contractors, subcontractor, or another entity negligent, and deem them liable for damages. This could result in an award, judgment, or settlement against the at fault party.

Defective Product
Manufacturers have a duty to place only safe products on the market. When people are injured from the use of defective products, the Hartunian Law Firm is ready to hold the makers of those products accountable for the injuries they have caused.

Defective Design
There are many ways a product may be defectively designed that make it unsafe. If you are looking for strong representation by a product injury attorney in the Southern California area, give us a call for a free consultation today.
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